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A talk with former New York Times restaurant critic, now op-ed columnist, Frank Bruni, on teaching food writing at Princeton this semester....
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Sold! NJ’s Auction Houses

By | March 11, 2015
Searching for treasure? Put Jersey’s auction houses on your shopping map....
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The author of the historical non-fiction book "How To Fight Presidents" talks with us about the eccentricities of past commanders-in-chief, and why Millard Fillmore is dead meat....
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In the third part of a four-part series, read about how on-screen stresses bled into, and took a toll, on James Gandolfini's personal life. ...
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Tony Award winning actor Norbert Leo Butz talks with New Jersey Monthly about his upcoming concert "Girls, Girls, Girls" and wanting a tree swing for his kids. ...
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National Book Award winner James McBride talks with New Jersey Monthly about not caring about his literary status, and his part-time life in Lambertville. ...
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Patti Stanger: Striking Matches

By | February 12, 2016
In our extended online interview, the Millionaire Matchmaker and Millburn native spoke with "New Jersey Monthly" about online dating, the dos and don'ts of Valentine's Day and what makes New Jersey guys dateable. ...
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Multitasking Martha

By | March 17, 2015
Former soap opera star Martha Byrne, a Mahwah resident, will appear in the NBC drama "Crisis," premiering March 16....
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The Stone Pony, Asbury Park's resilient residence of rock, celebrates its 40th birthday....
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Making Noise for Art’s Sake

By | March 11, 2015
The Montclair Art Museum will host a centennial bash on January 15 featuring food trucks, live music, a cash bar and gallery tours. ...
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Rob Fusari, a pop music producer from Livingston, helped launch the careers of big-name acts like Destiny’s Child and discovered the talent of Stefani Germanotta – now known worldwide as Lady Gaga. ...
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Enjoy a glass of wine as you dip your brush in any color at Pinot’s Palette. ...
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The mausoleum at North Arlington’s Holy Cross Cemetery, nearing its 35th and final year of construction and expansion, is expected to be the largest Catholic mausoleum in the nation upon completion....
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Under its dynamic new director, Liberty Science Center goes for the gusto to engage body and mind....
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Weehawken’s Lasting Legacy

By | March 12, 2015
Edward Hopper's 1934 painting, "East Wind Over Weehawken," will be auctioned by Christie's in New York on December 5. ...
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Jim Breuer: Stoner Stand-Up

By | March 11, 2015
Comedian Jim Breuer, a Chester resident, answers our questions about being a marriage warrior, his heavy metal Christmas song and his upcoming show at the South Orange Performing Arts Center. ...
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Longtime Newark residents Marylou and Jerome Bongiorno's film, "The Rule," documents an all-boys private school with a college acceptance rate of nearly 100 percent....
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Beautiful Cumberland and Salem counties are worth going out of your way for. ...
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The acclaimed author of "Eat, Pray, Love," Elizabeth Gilbert, talks about her writing process, plants and her new novel "The Signature of All Things."...
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A showbiz legend, Liza Minnelli will play her one-woman, "Liza Minnelli: In Concert" September 28 at Caesars Palace in Atlantic City. ...
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